(A)   (1)   Exterior building materials and colors comprise a significant part of the visual impact of a building.
      (2)   Therefore, they should be aesthetically pleasing and compatible with materials and colors used in adjoining neighborhoods.
   (B)   (1)   Predominant exterior building materials shall be high quality materials. These include, without limitation:
         (a)   Brick;
         (b)   Wood;
         (c)   Stone; and
         (d)   Tinted, textured, concrete masonry units.
      (2)   Facade colors shall be low reflectance, subtle, neutral or earth tone colors. The use of high intensity colors, metallic colors, black or fluorescent colors are prohibited.
      (3)   Building trim and accent areas may feature brighter colors, including primary colors, but neon tubing shall not be an acceptable feature for building trim or accent areas.
      (4)   Predominant exterior building materials should not include the following:
         (a)   Smooth-faced concrete block;
         (b)   Tilt-up concrete panels; and
         (c)   Pre-fabricated steel panels.
(Ord. passed 3-20-2002, § 24, Art. II, 4)